If you’re looking for a process server, Insight can help. Our Process Servers cover the whole of the UK, with over 30 Years of experience. We always act with complete discretion to serve documents in line with your instructions. We are fully familiar with the laws and requirements of all courts in respect of the service of documents in the UK, and ensure that service is effected professionally and on time.
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Contrary to common belief a process server requires a high level of legal knowledge to ensure the job is completed correctly. It’s more than just handing a set of documents to another person; it’s about making sure the process is served correctly in every case. All of our process servers are regularly trained and updated on changes that directly affect the way in which they carry out their job in line with new legislations.
If the documents need to be served overseas, we are fully equipped to get the job done. Any country which is a member of the Members Hague Convention will have reciprocal arrangements in place to allow the documents to be served. We are aware of and always work within these rules and requirements.
If required, our Process Servers will be as tenacious as necessary, using all direct methods allowable within the law to ensure that the documents are served to your exact instruction. Our clients have been instructing us for over 20 years and they are always satisfied with the results and methods of our work. The starting point is to call us on 0800 14 55 123 and let us help you work out the best way to effectively serve your documents.
Our process serving service is engaged for an array of documents, from Statutory Demands through to Bankruptcy Petitions, Claim Forms, Divorce Documentation and more. You can find more information about the documents we are engaged to serve and what they entail below.
This is the first stage of bankruptcy. It is not a document issued by the Court; anyone can compile one to be served. They can be served on individuals or companies and is in relation to a debt. Statutory Demands can either be personally served, or go through a process called Substituted Service if the debtor is proving difficult to contact, whereby you confirm the debtor still lives at the address provided, then you send a letter of appointment in the post confirming that you will be returning at a particular time and date. On the return date if the debtor is still not there and you can again confirm that they are resident at the address you can post the Demand through the letterbox. With regards to companies, the Demand should be left with the most senior person in attendance, i.e. a Director, however if the premises are closed the Demand can be attached to the front door in a clear plastic wallet.
This is the second stage of Bankruptcy and this Petition does get issued by the Court and will have a hearing date on it. These can only be personally served, however a letter of appointment can be sent. On the return visit, if the Debtor is not there, you are not able to post it through the letterbox. If you are unable to serve you would prepare an Affidavit in Support of an Application for Substituted Service which is taken to Court and authority would be given for it to be left at the address if you have enough evidence that the Debtor still resides at the property but it clearly avoiding service.
This type of legal document can be served in a manner of ways. They are issued by the Court and you can serve by leaving them at the address, handing to another named individual at the address, by personal service to the Defendant and also at the Defendant’s work address. They can even be left at a last known address.
This legal document would come from a Solicitor client and would require personal service on the Respondent. On occasions private clients also instruct us to serve Petition’s on their behalf. If personal service was not possible we would prepare an Affidavit of Attempted Service which would be shown at court and then they would give authority for it to be letterboxed at the address as long as you had enough evidence to prove that the subject was still resident there.
This legal document has to be personally served. They are a document in relation to debt whereby the court is requesting the debtor to attend court for questioning. There is also a second part to the N39 order which is a committal order, informing the debtor that they are requested to be imprisoned for a period of xx amount of days as they did not attend the previous hearing.
These legal documents are Orders to wind up companies. They are served at the Registered Office of the company and can be left with a person in authority. On frequent occasions the Registered Offices tend to be at the companies Accountants or Solicitors, so the document can be left with a named person there who authorise they are able to accept the Petition on their clients’ behalf.
These proceedings relate to Travellers who are invading a piece of land owned by a large company or individual for which our Solicitor client are representing. Most clients request us to attend the local court to have the documents issued with a hearing date, then attend the land and serve the papers, by handing them to individuals, putting them on caravans/vehicles and also affixing them to stakes around the land.
These Injunctions relate to the servicing of gas boilers at housing association properties, or any rented property. They require serving if the tenant has not allowed the service engineer access into their property to service the equipment much of which by law has to be done at least once a year. The documents are issued by the court and require serving upon the tenant. On some occasions, we find that the tenant has actually moved out of the property without informing the Housing Associations, so this is also a good way of checking residence of the tenants.
These documents should be displayed outside premises prior to application of a licence to open a public house, nightclub or similar premises, their purpose is to advise nearby residents of the procedure, should they have an objection to such an establishment. These notices should be checked on a daily basis for a period of 14 days and replaced if any are removed.
These Orders require personal service upon the Respondent and can relate to a number of things such as anti-social behaviour or children/family related matters.We regularly serve throughout the UK including all the major cities; London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Cardiff, Belfast, Glasgow and Edinburgh as well as every other area within the UK.
Whatever your process serving needs, let Insight help. With a nationwide network of experienced servers providing a professional service to all our clients, we are able to get the job done quickly, efficiently and with the minimum of fuss. To find out how we can help you call us today on 0800 14 55 123 for a free no obligation quotation.